No. Once lossy formats are encoded, any data not saved within the file is lost. You could convert a lossy MP3 to a WAV or an M4A file but the quality of the WAV or M4A would be exactly the same as the original MP3.
The Sound Tech CM-1000 is a special unit made ONLY as an extension to the master unit CM-1000USB. The CM-1000 is NOT an ordinary microphone and will not work with ANYTHING except the CM-1000USB.
Your camcorder has a typical 3.5mm stereo unbalanced mic-level audio input. However, unlike most similar microphone input connectors, most of the Canon camcorders ...
Yes, that will work just fine.
See this article for official Steinberg notes on compatibility (the image thumbnail doesn't seem to work, but it works if you click it). Here is the compatibility chart from the article:
In general the rule of thumb is that you can always open old projects created with a previous version in a newer version, but the other way ...
The FC3 is only compatible with keyboards with half dampering
capability. We recommend the FC4 piano style pedal instead.
NOTE: The FC3 is only compatible with: S90ES/XS, MOTIFXS/XF,
P120,140,155,P250, P60, P70, P85/P95,NP30, All CP series digital
- Yamaha FAQ
From what I understand, the FC3 features "continuous sustain". This ...
Just to add & clarify that m4a is a container format, actually the same spec as mp4, merely a different file extension, and therefore can contain either AAC (lossy) or ALAC (lossless) formats -- or even mp3! -- so the question as stated doesn't make sense (same with many of the answers & comments).
Regardless, the simple answer to the intended ...
It is mathematically impossible to improve any digital audio stream to a "Better Quality" by a simple conversion to said file type. A poor quality mp3 can be "converted" to any format you like but the poor quality will remain and, as mentioned, you may even lose a bit in the conversion.
There seems to be some misconceptions floating around out there about ...